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Yes, hyperthyroidism makes you hypermetabolic, but it also makes you eat more.
Women receiving ATD for hyperthyroidism due to autonomous nodules should undergo careful foetal surveillance for goiter and foetal hypothyroidism during the second half of pregnancy.
Recent evidence suggests that the use of an iodine-restricted diet can be an effective treatment for hyperthyroidism in cats.
The BMI and TSH values of the hyperthyroidism group were lower than those of the control groups, whereas T3, T4, FT3, and FT4 levels were higher than those of the control groups.
This study consisted of total 30 subjects, 9 of subclinical hypothyroidism (SCH-I) and 21 of subclinical hyperthyroidism (SCH-II).
Out of 25 patients with subclinical hypothyroidism, 10 were males and 15 were females and 25 patients with subclinical hyperthyroidism, 5 were males and 20 were females.
Congenital hyperthyroidism is less common in neonates but is critical to detect early, as consequences can be very serious and complex.
Hyperthyroidism also may be caused by nodules, which are usually benign growths that produce too much thyroid hormone even when it is not needed, and thyroiditis, a temporary inflammation that can cause excess thyroid hormones to be released.
Thyroid antibodies were found negative in all 5 cases of hyperthyroidism.
The coexistence of the hyperparathyroidism and hyperthyroidism is not common.
Conclusion: The intensified cerebral infarct size and cerebrovascular integrity disruption suggested that chronic hyperthyroidism aggravated post-stroke injury in the rats.